Dijsselbloem: Agreement on Final Package to be Reached Soon

"I hope the procedures to have been completed before the end of May," said Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem addressing on Thursday the European Parliament...

Brain Drain Gathers Pace as One in Three Greeks Looks for a Job Abroad

A new study highlights the problem in the Greek labor market as more than 30% of Greek unemployed say that they are actively seeking...

Greek Banks See €2.5 Billion Outflow Since January 1

Greek banks saw 2.5 billion euros withdrawn in the first 45 days of the year, while 500 million euros in business and house loans...

Greece’s Referendum Campaigns End Friday with Parallel ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ Rallies

The two opposing factions of Sunday's referendum hold their rallies at the same time this evening, Friday, July 3, in downtown Athens. The 'No' camp, supported...

Economic Confidence Climbs Even Higher in Greece in August

According to the latest figures published by Eurostat on Thursday, the Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI), which was already on an upward trajectory, increased even...

Earthquake in Thessaloniki Hits 4.4 on the Richter Scale

Early this morning, an earthquake of 4.4 magnitude shook the wider region of Volvi, but was particularly felt in Thessaloniki. According to the Athens Institute...

Greece Among 5 Member-States With Highest Poverty Hikes During Crisis

Greece, Ireland, Spain, Italy and Hungary were the EU member-states where poverty and social exclusion increased the most during the economic crisis, according to...

Impressive Greek Navy Demonstration in Thessaloniki

The traditional October 26 Greek Navy demonstration in Thessaloniki; which took place on the anniversary of the city's liberation, was quite impressive. Citizens and tourists...

Bank of Greece Chief: Crisis Not Over Yet, Despite Reaching Some Fiscal Targets

The economic crisis is not over yet, despite the fact that some of the fiscal targets are met, said Bank of Greece Governor Yiannis...

Germany and EU Need Much More from Greece than Money

Greece's geopolitical position may play a more important role in negotiations over the state debt than Greek finances, a Bloomberg report says. With war in...

Assailant Involved in Paris Attacks Passed Through Leros, Greece

At least one of the eight Paris attack perpetrators was among the refugees who had passed through Greece in October holding a Syrian passport,...

Die Welt: Greeks Bring the Upside Down

After the creditors’ instructions, the Greeks bring the upside down. Wherever you turn in Athens you will find something changing either in everyday life,...

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